This Whole30 friendly dish is a no fuss, no frills, delicious side you can whip up in about 10 minutes flat.
What makes this so easy yet still full of complex flavor is the use of Yai's cooking sauces which help bring exotic flavors into the kitchen without making us drive to a thousand stores for ingredients and fancy condiments. Their Almond Sauce is a perfect accompianment to raw veggies, topping burgers (Thai fusion!) or in a hot dish like this.
This is a play on the classic Thai Noodles with Peanut Sauce, while delicious, not at all Whole30, or paleo compliant. So let's whip up something we CAN indulge in.
2 Tbsp Yai's Almond Sauce found here
1 Tbsp coconut aminos
1 sweet potato, spirazlized
ghee for cooking
cilantro, green onion, and cashew for topping (optional)
Start by warming your ghee in a skillet, then tossing in potato spirals. Cook until softened, sprinkling with salt to taste.
In a small dish, combine Almond Sauce with aminos, and a pinch of salt.
Plate the warm noodles, then drizzle with sauce, top with chopped green onion, cilantro, and cashews. You can top this with your favorite protein, like a ginger chicken, or garlic steak to make it a complete meal.
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